Commercial and Business Litigation Practice
When a public or private company merges, a number of issues can come about. We have represented plaintiffs and defendants in issues that arise from successful or failed mergers. For example, oftentimes after a merger, shareholders may have claims for breach of the duty of care and breach of the duty of good faith and fair dealing. These two duties—the duty of care and the duty of loyalty—often encompass other duties like the duty to disclose, sometimes referred to as the duty of candor; the duty of oversight, which is directed at boards of directors; and the duty of good faith. We have successfully helped out clients navigate all of these issues before litigation or during litigation. We have developed particular expertise in claims alleging that the board agreed to sell the company for an inadequate price.
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